Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter
You can get easy to use off-camera Speedlite control with the weather resistant Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter, an all-in-one low-cost unit, which syncs and fires up to 15 flashguns from 30m away.
- Compact and unobtrusive speedlight transmitter which draws power directly from the camera hot shoe
- Versatile features for off-camera creative lighting and control of up to 15 Speedlites from up to 30m away
- Reliable 2.4GHz radio frequency with five groups and 15 channels for added versatility
- Easy control of the transmitter through the camera’s LCD menu system when connected
- Professional L-series weather sealing for operation in all conditions
Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter Summary
You can now get easy to use off-camera Speedlite control with the weather resistant Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter. The ST-E10 is an all-in-one low-cost unit, which syncs and fires up to 15 Speedlites from up to 30m away, to take your lighting to the next level. The transmitter takes power directly from the camera’s multi function hot shoe, as found on the latest EOS R3, so you don’t need to worry about more batteries running out.
The transmitter is compatible with four Canon speedlites at the time of launch and uses 2.4GHz radio frequency to trigger the lights. Once you press the menu button you’ll be able to control the ST-E10 from your camera menu, as with all of the new generation hot shoe accessories from Canon.
- Fire selected Speedlites from 30m away by Radio frequency remote flash trigger
- Control up to 15 Speedlite flashguns
- Supports second curtain sync and 1/8192 power with compatible Speedlites and cameras
- Control the Speedlite settings on the camera’s LCD for easy control
- Powered directly by the camera with no batteries required
- L-series level of professional weather resistance
- Compatible flash: EL-1, 600EX II-RT, 600EX-RT, 430EX III-RT
- Try the AD-E1 Multi-function Shoe Adapter to adapt different WR foot speedlites you may already have.
What’s in the box
- Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter
- Soft case
- Shoe cover
Canon ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter Specifications
|Compatible cameras||Canon cameras with a 21-pin Multi-Function shoe that supports E-TTL autoflash|
|Auto exposure control||E-TTL II|
|Manual / output settings||Yes - 1/1-1/8192|
|Manual stops||1/3 stop increments|
|Stroboscopic (MULTI) flash||1/4-1/8192*1 (in 1-stop increments)|
|Gr. (Individual group control)||Yes|
|Auto external flash metering||Yes (when Gr. used)|
|Flash exposure compensation||±3 stops (in 1/2 or 1/3 increments)|
|FEB||±3 stops (in 1/2 or 1/3 increments)|
|FE lock||Yes (from camera)|
|Second-curtain flash sync||Yes|
|High speed sync (FP)||Yes|
|Transmitter Max range approx.||30m|
|Groups||5 Groups (A, B, C, D, E)|
|Radio transmission ID||0000 to 9999|
|No. of channels||15|
|Battery||Powered from the camera|
|Dust and water resistance||Yes|
|Mounting foot material||Metal / Plastic|
|Size (W x H x D), mm||45.5 x 37.8 x 53.6|
|Weight (Excluding batteries)||48g|
Canon is capitalising on the addition of a multi-function hot shoe on newer cameras like the EOS R3 and XF605 broadcast camera with secure, lightweight and battery-free accessories including this ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter. The compact device only weighs 48g and is 53mm at it’s largest dimension, providing a discreet way to sync and trigger speedlites from up to 30m away. You can control up to 15 flash units using 2.4GHz radio frequency, which supports wireless second-curtain sync and power levels down to 1/81921. Controlling the ST-E10 is simple with the menu appearing in your camera’s LCD menu, as is the case with other multi-function hot shoe accessories such as the DM-E1D Directional Stereo Microphone. Canon has also included professional L-series weather resistance to make sure their users can keep on shooting in all conditions whether indoors and outside.
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